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11.17.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
NAB2004 to focus on religion-based media technologies

The National Association of Broadcasters is heeding the call from a higher authority. Its NAB2004 convention, April 19-22, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nev., will feature a Worship Technology Conference that will focus on technologies used in producing programming for churches and ministries.

Sessions at the Worship Technology Conference, co-produced by Technologies for Worship Magazine, will cover systems integration, television and video production, audio production, multimedia presentation, Internet and Webcasting, and lighting for broadcasting.

In addition to conference programming, a new area in the exhibit hall, the Sound Mixing Pavilion, will give attendees a taste of what will happen in the sessions. Located in the Radio/Audio Hall, it will showcase condensed presentations from session presenters.

The pavilion will feature a hands-on live multi-track DVD project with personal instruction from two audio veterans. Participants will learn everything from setting proper levels to fine-tuning reverb parameters and mixing sound for broadcast.

For more information visit: www.nabshow.com.

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